Friday, April 6, 2012

InfraGard Nations Capital Members Alliance (INCMA) for the April session of the 2012 Lecture Series


Please join the InfraGard Nations Capital Members Alliance (INCMA) for the April session of the 2012 Lecture Series!

Who: InfraGard Nations Capital Members Alliance members and guests (this meeting is open to the public)

What: Anonymous Payment Systems, Virtual Worlds, and Cyber Crime

When: Wed., April 11th from 5:00pm - 8:00pm 

Light fare will be provided. The program will not start until 5:30pm, allowing for arrival, check-in, and refreshments.

Where: CSC, 15000 Conference Center Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151

Why: Anonymous payment systems and virtual worlds are providing a forum for cyber criminals to transact business outside the regulated banking system.  Come hear to experts, representing the perspectives of law enforcement and the private sector, as they discuss the proliferation of these tools by cyber criminals to stay outside the reach of the law!

How: Register at http://incma04112012.eventbrite.com. There is a $25 fee to attend.

Our speakers:
Scott Dueweke was appointed by President Reagan to the U.S. Agency for International Development at the U.S. Department of State.  He helped pioneer the field of ecommerce, specifically secure payments, presenting at the first Internet World Conference in 1994 on the topic.  Mr. Dueweke then led marketing for IBM’s Internet Payments group, and went on to develop P2P and non-traditional payment systems.  During this period he also created and led a humanitarian non-profit group called Freedom Flight International (FFI).  The organization flew small aircraft over the Florida Straits working with the U.S. Coast Guard to rescue Cuban rafters.  He now leads Virtual Identity efforts at Booz Allen Hamilton.  This role builds upon his decades of experience in the financial services industry, the Internet, and government, to examine identity holistically.  Virtual identity includes anonymity, pseudonymity, and the projection of identity in virtual worlds, online games, and social networking sites, as well as anonymous payment systems.


Catherine "Alden" Pelker is an intelligence analyst for the FBI, specializing in virtual currency and electronic payment processors.  She is currently assigned to the FBI's Cyber Intelligence Section through the FBI's Financial Crimes Section.  Prior to this assignment, Alden worked with the Asset Forfeiture/Money Laundering Unit on international money laundering investigations, identifying emerging tools, techniques, and methods used to evade law enforcement and formulating strategy to mitigate these threats.  Alden has served as the FBI liaison to the Global Illicit Financial Team and is spearheading an FBI Virtual Currency/Emerging Trends working group.  She graduated from Yale University with a degree in political science.
Directions:
CSC is located south of Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, VA. Directions are as follows:
Take I-66 west to exit 53, Route 28. Take Route 28 north for approximately 1 1/2 miles. Take exit for Westfields Blvd, heading west. Take the first right onto Stonecroft Blvd. Turn left onto Conference Center Drive. CSC (15000 Conference Center Drive) will be on your left. Large, red "CSC" letters are on the roof line of the building. The sign as you turn into the parking area reads "Washington Technology Park." Drive past the front of the building and follow signs for "Conference Center Visitor Parking." Proceed to the entrance marked "Washington Technology Park Conference Center."

There should be ample parking in the immediate area of the conference center. However, you may also park in the rear of the building or in the visitor spots (of which there are only a few) directly in front of the building.

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